Time To Float presents Compression Boot Therapy

Ever wondered what compression boot therapy is about? The answers are here…

How does compression boot therapy help my body?

This is the most popular question we get asked for the first time users, so if you are thinking of using our services keep on reading because we tell you the ins and outs about compression boot therapy!

What is Compression Boot Therapy?

Recovery is a critical part of training, as it is used to minimise the risk of over training and injury, whilst promoting physical and psychological benefits, allowing you to continue building denser muscle groups, and more importantly, reducing the risk of muscle injury. This is particularly important during intense training or competition periods to sustain an optimal state of performance, making sure you are constantly hitting new personal bests.

Being able to utilise compression boot therapy at Time to Float means we can tap into an area of recovery which is on the rise, helping you to get better results much faster. 

How does compression boot therapy work with my body?

By consistently applying pressure to the leg, the brain mimics the behaviour of a workout which means it increases the blood flow and oxygen to that specific area, which decreases inflammation and swelling,  meaning you are able to recover the micro-muscle tears faster, making sure you can achieve those goals all year round.

What are the major health benefits for using compression boot therapy?

There are so many health benefits when it comes to using the compression boot therapy. Many people have stated they have seen a great increase in blood flow around the body, less nausea when going about their daily tasks, less swelling and some have stated that it has helped in getting rid of ulcers. Why not give it a try today!

Our packages at a glance 

Bringing the packages to you, explore our range of floatation therapy/hydrotherapy packages 

Pneumatic Compression Therapy –
single session – 20 minutes

This is a new service we are offering here at Time To Float, Compression Boot therapy is brilliant for improving blood flow around the legs and reduce swelling. We do see a lot of Athletes coming to use these facilities however they are beneficial to everyone. 

£ 15

/ Per Session

Pneumatic Compression Therapy – Companion Session – 20 minutes

Didn’t fancy doing it on your own? Bring a friend with you, so you can experience it together. Whilst you are here speak to one of our experts and see how else our floatation therapy centre can benefit you. Let us give you a helping hand today and take control of your wellbeing.

£ 20

/ Per Session